Sure, Bruce is officially becoming a woman, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to stop sleeping with them! A source close to Bruce revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Bruce still plans to shack up with women even after his transformation into one.
Bruce Jenner, 65, is pretty far along in his transition into a woman. He’s becoming fully prepared to immerse himself into womanhood, and has given his new life a ton of thought — especially his sexual one! HollywoodLife.com learned that Bruce wants to “continue sleeping with other women” once his transition is complete — find out all our EXCLUSIVE details here!
Bruce Jenner’s Sex Life After Becoming A Woman: Still Wants To Sleep With Women
Just because Bruce is becoming a woman, he’s still interested in other women sexually.
“As a woman, he still wants to continue sleeping with women,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He loves women and loves having sex with women, always has, always will. What he never liked, was his body and being a man. He’s always felt he was born in the wrong body.”
We’re glad that Bruce knows what he wants! It’s important that he’s both happy and confident with his new body, and it sounds like once the transition is complete he totally will be.
He’s given the transition a lot of thought and is taking it very seriously. The Jenner patriarch has undergone psychological counseling and has done a lot of studying on being a woman. We have to say, he genuinely seems happier than ever, too — good for Bruce!
Bruce Jenner Sex Change Procedures: He’s Already Undergone Procedures
The transition started with Bruce getting his Adam’s apple reduced by having his laryngal shaved, a little over a year ago. Since then he’s gone though several other procedures as well as psychological counseling. Bruce is also taking estrogen hormones as well as allegedly having lip injections.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you shocked that Bruce still wants to sleep with women after becoming a woman? Let us know your thoughts below!
— written by Susan Johnson, reporting by Eric Ray